Accolades A Collection of Student Scholarship

Emmanuel Tetteh

Dr. Emmanuel N. A. Tetteh is a core faculty member in Norwich University's Master of Public Administration program, Policy Analysis and Analytics Concentration. He has a vast range of professional experience, ranging from community service, religious service projects and faith-based initiatives, nonprofit management, security management, higher education administrative services, and teaching and learning facilitation for adult learners from diverse backgrounds via face-to-face and online learning platforms. Among others, he is the author of Theories of Democratic Governance in the Institutions of Higher Education, and is currently working on several other scholarly publications in topical journals. He is a faculty member in the public administration and nonprofit leadership program in the School of Public Service Leadership at Capella University and also teaches for the Metropolitan College of New York, and the College of New Rochelle.

Realizing that the acumen of research modalities can transcend the boundary of action learning and action research to contribute to pragmatic ideals of democratic governance, in 2004, he established a nonprofit research organization—The Center for Communal Photosynthesis Research, Inc. In September 2013, at the Action Learning, Action Research Association (ALARA) national conference in Brisbane, Australia, he was unanimously elected as the International Vice President of ALARA. He holds a bachelor of professional studies degree in human services and a master of science in administration from the Metropolitan College of New York, as well as a PhD in public policy and administration from Walden University.